these tragedies unfold on a daily basis. >> you were 16 at the time of the shooting. obviously, a lot of kids at the school today will be much younger than that, and they will have either lost friends or people they knew at the school it will be very difficult for them when they have to go back. what advice would you give them? what is the best way to try and deal with this? best served for their parents. what do you think? >> you know, to be honest, it's heartbreaking. because they are not going to know really what or how to feel until five, ten years from now, when it actually keeps haunting them and nightmares and fears that keep coming up. josh can speak to that himself, he was six years old at the time, and, you know, now he's in his 20s and it haunts him every day. i was 16, i knew why i was shot. i knew somebody tried to kill me, and every day, my entire life, i'm almost 30 years old, i'm haunted.